Talk:Retro style

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Pickle Me Grandmother! This article sucks[edit]

What?? No mention of the current fad for retro music/TV/movies from the 1980's? Really??? This isn't 2005, "Retro" these days often refers to items made between the 50's and 90's that attract nostalgia. I would fix the article, But frankly, I can't be bothered; and somebody would probably revert the changes. Retro Agnostic (talk) 13:11, 8 June 2008 (UTC)

No doubt! But being Wiki, it fits right in...

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Where are the early 2000s considered retro?[edit]

"Early 2000s" has been added more than once to the opening paragraph but I think there needs to be a reference provided if we are going to say that. People generally consider that something needs to be at least fifteen years, maybe even older to be retro, the early 2000s of course are only thirteen years ago, at best. Unless there's a source, it shouldn't be in the opening paragraph.-- (talk) 22:32, 20 August 2013 (UTC)